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Nov 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
in a settlement over medicare claims. the enson group operates nursing homes in several states. the federal settlement involves claims where they claim ensign turned in false medicare claims more than a decade. the company does not admit wrong doing. >>> preventing another fire storm like this. the uncollected money that could reduce the risk and why people say the system is broken. >> it could lead to fueling the fire. what we saw in 91. >>> a simple cell phone kill switch to protect your personal information is already dead in the water. we will tell you who stopped a major cell phone make fresh offering it. >> i showed you the rainfall at this hour. coming up, i'm using live storm tracker two to monitor how long it will stick around. [ male announcer ] you can change your tomorrow if you do something today. and there's never been a better time because this year, devry university has $45 million dollars in need and merit-based scholarships and grants available to those who qualify. and this degree can make a difference. in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment ha
Nov 1, 2013 5:00pm PDT
taxpayers millions. the reason why medicare is paying benefits to people who are no longer alive. >>> hayward police are looking for the shooter who left a woman with several gunshot wounds late last night. it happened around 11:00 last night at the lord dennison apartments. several people called police to say they heard the shots. one man says it's not the first shooting recently in that area. >> it's just sad this is going down. there's kids out here trick or treating and something like this happens. we have our kids that live here. it's just dangerous. >> the victim underwent emergency surgery. no word on her condition. >>> two cousins are recovering after being hit while crossing the street last night. they were struck by a pickup truck at the intersection of south cloverdale boulevard at 7:00 p.m. one boy has been identified as 12-year-old enrique andred and 13-year-old valdemor torres. police have not identified the 75-year-old truck driver. he is cooperating. alcohol and speed do not appear to be factors. >>> new details about the murder case of federal investigator sandra
Nov 28, 2013 5:00pm PST
advisory hewlett-packard -- verizon to hewlett-packard. medicare and medicaid has already begun the switch over. hewlett-packard had no comment. >>> china says it can explain everything. the reason it declared a new air defense zone in an area controlled by japan. >> and good-bye to a piece of honeymooner history. >> after the break, to the holiday weekend forecast, which day will be the warmest so you can plan your saturday and sunday. see you back here. to those who've been waiting welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage, and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at >>> new information about a gambling ring that has been run out of coffee shops. the took investigators two years of wire taps to make a case against 8 people who involve 30 coffee shops. those responsible are involved in gangs. >>> tensions running high between china and japan and the u.s. is refusing to sit on the sidelines. the report from london. >> reporter: it is neither territorial air space -- >> the establishment of an air defense i
Nov 17, 2013 10:00pm PST
that -- but that it will be fixed. >> the affordable care act is right up there with social security, medicare, affordable care for all americans as their right not a privilege. >> reporter: president obama met with assurance executives on friday in hopes of getting their support to renew policy that is were cancelled. >>> new video of tonight shows the effect of typhoon haiyan as it surged through the philippine island. haiyan was the biggest typhoon ever to make land fall. >> we have to gather food. we have to gather water. we have to make anything out of anything that we have left. >> reporter: people in the devastated city waited for long lines to get rations of water and sardines. >>> here in the bay area relief efforts continue even though there's concern of what they're calling donor fatigue. raising funds and supplies here doesn't seem to be a problem. >> reporter: inside the church of st. isabela there were prayers for those lost. and outside the church on parish grounds an effort to render aid to the victims of typhoon. one of those tropping off supplies is azella metzger. >> my uncle was lost. thank
Nov 29, 2013 10:00pm PST
, resulting on many resulting on government assistance. >> some qualify for food stamps, medicare and medicaid, some get section 8 they can't afford housing. >> reporter: she was taken into custody she said it was hard to make ends meet when she worked there. >> i don't own a car, live in my parents old home i had to take on a second job. i had two part-time jobs. >> reporter: they claim 99% of employees make more than minimum wage paying 1 1.8 $3 an hour for part and full time. protestors say they would like to make a base of 25,000 dollars a year. >> that is a poverty wage they are taking on second jobs, having to use food stamps, rental assistance other public programs to get by. >> reporter: managers expected today's protest which for the most part was peaceful. they are not surprised it was black friday. >> we are not surprised there are some people out there using this platform to get their message out. we understand that, don't like it but respect their right to do that. >> reporter: protestors don't want people to boycott wal-mart but want people paid enough to take care of their famil
Oct 31, 2013 10:00pm PDT
.com. the center for medicare and medicaid services says the high tech manpower will help solve issues to handle large scale operations. the government is promising that the site will be running properly by the end of next month. >>> our connective world is getting even more connected. now the faa is allowing passengers to use electronic devices. travelers had a universal reaction tonight. it's about time. deborah. >> reporter: it's a rule that frustrating passengers and some shrug at it. several passengers left their cell phone on when it was supposed to be off. but soon it won't matter anymore. >> when you can get diamonds and stuff. >> reporter: mind craft on his i pad mini kept robert entertained flying five hours today. >> it occupies his time really well. we're really looking forward to when we can play all the way through till the landing. how does that sound. >> reporter: for delta customers that day may be tomorrow. it's the first airline to clear the faa required safety checks proving its fleet can operate with cell phones, laptopping, tablets and e readers on. >> i am pleased to annou
Nov 17, 2013 6:00am PST
was. nine months ago, the officials on medicaid and medicare services. they said we want to avoid a shirt world experience. the accommodation looks to many of us to be illegal. there are two legislative chambers of the federal government. there is a third, the white house press room into which the president can, on a whim, rewrite laws. >> i didn't learn that in school. i hate when people come to me and they say you have been around a long time but you have been around this town a long time, have you ever seen anything like this? a president with three years to roll out his signature accomplishment -- >> this is a mess, clearly, but what it isn't, i think you have to look at motive. and his motive here, even though there is deep problems, he wants to do something good for 30 million people and get them health insurance. >> i'm not saying it's a scandal. >> you see all of these stories and this friend si out there, the game over, the presidency is over. some people are saying -- i think that's not the case. here is the other side of this which i would agree with george will on. whe
Nov 29, 2013 5:00pm PST
enough money so they don't have to depend on public assistance. >> some qualify for medicare, medicaid if they have kids and then the other ones get section 8 because they can't afford housing. >> reporter: pamela davis is one of many former and current wal-mart employees taking part in today's protest. some say they have to take on a second job just to make ends meet. they say most starting employees make less than $9 an hour. that's why the protesters are asking for a minimum of $25,000 a year and more full-time positions nationwide. however, wal-mart says those facts are not true, stating the average full and part-time associate makes close to $12 an hour. wal-mart says they are not surprised the protest is the same day as black friday. >> i'm not surprised there are people out there that are using this platform to get their message out. we understand that. we don't like it, but we respect their right to be able to do that. >> reporter: the people out here plan to stay until 6:00 tonight and want people to remember they are not asking for a lot. they just want a salary that allows t
Nov 17, 2013 6:00pm PST
called it, affordable care act is right up there with social security, medicare, affordable care for all americans is a right, not a privilege. >> president obama met with insurance executives friday in hopes of getting their support to renew policies that were cancelled. >>> the state website covered california will have a planned outage this coming weekend. enrollment will be unavailable from late friday, november 22nd, until monday morning, november 25th. the outage is to perform an upgrade that will benefit small businesses. information pages and the rate calculator will still be accessible. >>> israel's prime minister is warning against iran's potential deal with the u.s. to freeze its nuclear program. he says what's a dream deal for iran is a nightmare for the rest of the world. >> in this case, to reduce the sanctions let out a lot of pressure and iran is practically giving away nothing. it's making a minor concession, which they can reverse in weeks, and you endanger the whole sanctions regime that took years to make. >> he says sanctionings are working and should be increased. u
Nov 5, 2013 7:00am PST
at the hearing where the administrator for medicare and medicaid says health insurance companies are not dropping consumers, rather they are improving their coverage. >> these plans routinely change. this is part of what the affordable care act was designed to do, stabilize the marblt. >> reporter: the other big -- market. >> reporter: the other big topic, the troubled the top republican on the committee said if mcdonald's can report how many burgers it sell, the health and human services department should be able to tell us how many people have dine sign -- signed up for obamacare. democrats say republicans are not focusing on what's working. >> other means to try to tear it down and try to discourage participation. >> reporter: the administration will be moving smoothly for the vast majority ofern ms by the end of this -- of americans by the end of the month. back to you. >> thank you. >>> this morning's california's insurance commissioner is scheduled to announce details of an agreement to delay health insurance policy cancellations. at 10:00 this morning, the in
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